Juventus very close to signing Paul Pogba in recent weeks

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Juventus are said to be dreadfully close to signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United.

The 29-year-old has confirmed that he will be leaving Old Trafford this summer. This was verified by the club as well on the club’s official page.

This will be the second time that Pogba will leave United as a free transfer. This exit will echo his previous departure when he left United for Juventus back in 2012.

Juventus had been leading the race to sign the World Cupper for some weeks now. However, there was said to be interest from sides such as Paris St. Germain and Real Madrid.

Recently, however, the Los Blancos reject the rumors of having any interest in the player.

As they recently signed another Frenchman Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco this week. Therefore, it seems that their midfield criteria have well been fulfilled.

Pogba’s last few years with United did not go as the fans would have expected them to be. Though he was given a lot of time on the pitch, he did not look his usual self.

The hope with which he was bought to Old Trafford in 2016, seemed unfulfilled. In recent months the fans also seemed content with the fact that he would be leaving Old Trafford this summer.

Pogba played his last match in the United jersey back in April in a disastrous defeat against Liverpool.

What did Fabrizio Romano have to say about Paul Pogba’s transfer?

Several weeks have already been spent finalizing the deal between Pogba’s agent and Juventus. However, Romano now reports that the now Juventus seems to be closing the deal.

 The Italian journalist posted on his Twitter page:” Juventus are working to complete Paul Pogba deal in the next few days. Talks progressing with agent Rafaela Pimenta, it’s considered matter of final details. Top signing expected to be done and sealed very soon.”

Pimenta recently became his agent of Pogba after the sudden demise of Pogba’s long-time agent Mino Raiola.

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